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Advantages of Gas Tank Burial

Aside from the obvious reason that underground storage tanks (USTs) are easier on the eyes, you may also choose to have your gas tank buried because USTs are usually less susceptible to fire or explosion, and they may have less complicated venting requirements than aboveground tanks. USTs are also used when on-site fuel blending is needed, which can help to conserve fossil fuels and reduce gas emissions.

Gas tanks are usually buried deep enough that the top of the tank is no less than about 20 inches beneath the surface of the soil, but an access panel will still be visible above ground. This small panel is used for filling the gas tank, inspections, and general maintenance. Newer tanks are also coated to prevent damage from rust or plants that can compromise the tank, resulting in gas contaminating the ground.


“Requested an appointment online – got a call back very shortly (on the weekend!) to schedule for early next week. Tech arrived right when he was supposed to, we went over my issues, came up with a plan of attack, and he got to work. I got busy doing other things around the house, and about an hour later asked me to come check things out. Bill was very reasonable, and was written up and emailed to me while on-site. Paid with a credit card on their tablet (very cool!) and he was on his way.” –-Mike S.